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Simple and to the point d00d and you were first in too
Thanks susieSimple and to the point d00d and you were first in too
Thanks DavidNice and Grimy!! Well on theme and nice detail.
Thanks Heather. I thinks there's a smudge there, but apart from that it is interesting what happens when the wind whistles around the back of an Audi at 70+ on the motorway.Hi David, I love the way the dirt has created a texture of its own it's stunning.
Beautifully composed and I agree with you that I don't think a B&W image would do it justice.
It's got a thumbs up from me.
higgledy-piggledy ... they certainly are. Cheers Dominic.Stone
I like that. I like the higgledy-piggledy of the headstones, the green algae and light.
Thanks susie, no I haven't done a 'fill the frame' yet. I can't get used to this new 'challenge' All my shots fill the frame. Anyway I think we've got till the end of Feb.Me too d00d, thats a perfect choice for the topic, you’ve really caught them at a perfect angle to fit so many in ....have you done the ‘fill the frame’ yet if not this one definitely ticks that box.
Thanks Allan. Yes I know you've posted a few cemetery shots in your time.Very good, I do like a cemetery not sure about the stone on the right but Its a good choice for the theme
Nice use of a long lens David and the light picks out the inscriptions nicely.
Thank you guys. It's work in progress.Great idea for the theme, I like to haphazard arrangement of the stones and the even colours and tones really work well. The use of the long lens to compress the image has worked very well indeed.
Yep, I agree, thanks boss.Nicely presented David.
I doubt that it would work in B&W either, you'd lose most of the weathering and the moss.
Thanks Stan ... yes, interesting effect, I'm gonna play some more.Like your idea to use a long lens to compress them together. They look as though they are stacked away in a corner somewhere.
HaHa ... I know what you mean. I saw something on the net last year showing a queue in Oxford St. with some distancing but the picture told a different story.Better not let you photograph socially distanced covid crowds David, the red tops would have a field day.
Thanks minx ... I thought about doing something about that stone RHS but the shot is cropped enough already. Perhaps I'll try something else.good sharp detail on the letters and carving I might have cropped out the dark stone in the right corner but that's just me and I agree it would not look as good in b/w
Thank you!Nice. Great crop.
Thanks Iain ... yes that's what I like about the 52s, that feeling of mission accomplished. However that doesn't mean to say I won't be back for a reshoot.Good work David, mission accomplished with the compression on the long lens, it brings the headstones together nicely with lots of detail in there.
I might be tempted with a crop, just to lose the part headstone in the bottom right hand corner, it draws my eye a little.
I too would stick with colour, I like the colour tones in the weathering.
Cheers Shugpug.Colour for me too - the compression from the long lens has worked perfectly.
ThanksGreat idea compressing the image, I have the same lens on my G5 so it's maybe something I can look to do in the future
I managed to purchase the new 12-60 kit lens secondhand but unused for a great price (£140) which is my go to lens, I do have the 45-150 lens too though.Thanks
I've been thinking of going back with my Panasonic 45-150mm, cos I really love that lens, and I think it should do a good job with those stones.